Suzuki has the most satisfied owners in New Zealand with reliable cars which cost the least to maintain and repair according to a recent survey by Consumer NZ.
New Zealand’s favourite Subaru, the Outback SUV has become even more capable than ever before, with the introduction of the Limited Edition Outback X.
As 2019 wound to a close recently, Subaru of New Zealand reflected on another successful, busy year and looked ahead to an exciting 2020.
The practical and versatile Suzuki Vitara SUV, which is offered in either two- or four-wheel-drive modes, is the recipient of two more awards.
The Suzuki Swift Sport is the supreme winner of the latest annual AMI NZ Autocar Car of the Year in the wake of further New Zealand sales success.
Scottish-born Alister McRae has upheld his family’s legendary driving status and made it a three-peat at the Leadfoot Festival - notching up a new record time in the mighty Vantage Subaru WRX STI.
The Suzuki Swift is once again the number one private car choice for New Zealanders in the market for a new model.
It is the season for awards at Subaru New Zealand. The recently-named 2018 New Zealand Car of the Year, the Subaru Forester SUV continues its stunning run of success, with NZ4WD Magazine awarding it the Medium 4WD SUV of the Year 2018 on 11th December 2018.
The awards flowed freely for Subaru’s Forester in December, as it received the inaugural AA Driven New Zealand Car of the Year Awards Best in Class Medium SUV honours on 12th December 2018.
Making its television debut on TV1’s prime time show Seven Sharp, Subaru’s Forester was presented with the 2018 New Zealand Car of the Year (COTY) Award on Wednesday night (5th December 2018).
Subaru brand ambassador Braden Currie is competing in the world’s toughest endurance race - the Ironman World Championships in Kona, Hawaii on October 14 (NZ time). It will be his second attempt at the 3.8km ocean swim, 180km road bike ride and 42.2km run in the hot, humid conditions.
Suzuki has been voted overall top car make for reliability in a major independent British survey just as the brand achieves record sales in New Zealand.
Two of the most popular models in the Suzuki range have been named top in their respective classes for being the least expensive cars to own.
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The 2019 Subaru Forester is the latest all-new SUV to be launched in the SUV-loving nation of New Zealand and this fifth-generation model is bound to make an impact courtesy of features like facial recognition and its many other remarkable, class-leading technologies. Subaru of New Zealand’s Managing Director Wallis Dumper says: “The new generation 2019 Forester is the ideal SUV to provide Kiwis
Suzuki has once again been voted top automotive brand in New Zealand in the independent survey of owners by customer satisfaction research and ratings business Canstar Blue. It is the second successive number one placing for Suzuki and the fourth first place ranking in the past five years.
The new, fourth generation Suzuki Jimny four-wheel-drive which has just been unveiled in Japan will go on sale in New Zealand early in 2019.
The Suzuki Swift, New Zealand’s favourite new car for private motorists, has made further sales advances in the highly competitive motor market.
Subaru of New Zealand has announced the changes to the 2018 three-model Subaru Outback range – which includes enhancements in styling and technology, while retaining the current recommended retail pricing. Already the brand’s top-seller, Subaru’s ultimate vehicle for the Kiwi lifestyle, the Subaru Outback, includes three much-loved variants in the 2018 improved line up - 2.5i Sport, 2.5i Premium